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right here he can take control. jim: for a big guy that hits a big ball he's got some nice hands, like he showed with that backhand. john: take this on early. be aggressive in this. bill: oh, he got it! 3-1. john: absolutely impeccable timing by mardy fish there. i don't know what clement was thinking there but he bunted the ball because he was out of position and 345rdy seized the opportunity and gets the break. jim: that wasn't an easy volley either. that was a pretty good pass. in the players box. stacey his wife on the feet first. >> fault. >> out. bill: we're live at the usta billie jean king national tennis center. the u.s. open here on cbs. extending our coverage here to bring you mardy fish and arnaud clement. louis armstrong stadium. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsible for the accuracy or completeness
that before he decided to shed those 30 pounds. right here he can take control. jim: for a big guy that hits a big ball he's got some nice hands, like he showed with that backhand. john: take this on early. be aggressive in this. bill: oh, he got it! 3-1. john: absolutely impeccable timing by mardy fish there. i don't know what clement was thinking there but he bunted the ball because he was out of position and 345rdy seized the opportunity and gets the break. jim: that wasn't an easy volley either. that was a pretty good pass. in the players box. stacey his wife on the feet first. >> fault. >> out. bill: we're live at the usta billie jean king national tennis center. the u.s. open here on cbs. extending our coverage here to bring you mardy fish and arnaud clement. louis armstrong stadium. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated companies, and their respective agents and divisions are not responsib
league. jim: there you go. gasquet opening the court up, playing the soft angle volley, recognizing he hurt his man and carving him up with the angles there. beautiful. look at this one. just outside of the ball. deadens it. no follow-through. too cute. bill: he's starting to look over to his coach there, gabriel markus saying this guy is too fast for me now. this is the shot. a dropped volley from behind the service line. jim: and he's moving away from the net there too. bill: so easy in this booth. john: yeah, that's true. bill: [laughter] bill: [laughter] . >> out! bill: point to hold. john: monfils sometimes gets himself in trouble when he doesn't recognize the opportunity prevented to him, to really take charge. he doesn't want to let gasquet back in this. his level of play is not what you would expect from him and it's slip from the beginning out match. he's gotten worse as the map has gotten along. bill: i haven't been able to discern a game plan from gasquet. he's playing from what i see haphazardly and i think that's sometimes frustrating too when you don't have that clear min
night, from new york, good night, america. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> jim: hurricane earl barrels toward north carolina. non-partisan analysis predicts republicans will take control of the house in the fall elections. and james rosen has a fox exclusive with defense secretary gates who is visiting iraq and afghanistan. live from our studio in washington, this is "special report." good evening. i'm jim angle in for bret baier. hurricane earl has weakened to a category three storm but is still packing fierce winds as it spins toward north carolina's coast. correspondent jonathan serrie is live in kill devil hills, north carolina, with an update. good evening, jonathan. >> reporter: good evening, jim. as you can see behind me there are a few stragglers on the beach. in the hour we've been standing out here, we noticed the winds pick up. also the seas are picking up. just before you came to the live shot, a huge wave pushed water all the way up to our feet here. with conditions like this, local officials say the time for preparation is over. and it's now time f
's in watsonville. here, we have some romaine lettuce from salinas. >> for jim mills, life is quite simply all about produce, and every day, his sacramento warehouse receives tons of it from just about every region in the golden state. >> broccoli from salinas. over here, some artichokes from watsonville and castroville. fennel from a local farm over in yolo. >> but the bulk of this produce doesn't stay here very long. within a few hours, much of it is trucked out to restaurants and businesses in northern california, some delivered by mills himself. he spends hours on the road, visiting farmers and chefs, taking produce from one to the other, and educating both parties along the way. >> may need a look at the progress of a particular crop or report back, maybe some feedback, to the farmer about how the chefs are using it or what they might be looking for in the near future. >> in many ways, produce express and people like jim mills are the link between 1,300 different restaurants in northern california and produce from all over the golden state. today's visit took us to del rio botanical farm in yol
. >> a family of missionaries living in afric >> jim has lived in kenya for most of his life. >> long-terms mission is on the ropes. the majority of the people in the world that are still unreached with the gospel live in os tier remote environments that the short term missionaes are not getting t most of our missionary forces coming out of suburban america and not equipt to get the job done. the vast majority of the resources of the american church are going to short term missions. the few long term missionaries have feer and fewer resources. >> when jim moved here with his family 15 years ago, the 4 trips living in the area were at war with each other, no electricity or clean water. >> we were camping for the first 3 months. we slept in a shipping container and camped and lived outside the shipping container. it was a lot of fun. >> jim and bash used -- they built a house complete with wind power, they also started a local church. >> a missionarycomeing to an unreacd area has to earn a hearing. the best way to do that is fulfill the biblical mandate. trying to get clean water, tryin
, most of the country was mortified when republican senator jim bundting used his power as a senator to stop unemployment for the country. he turned himself into a one-man road block as they tried to pass unemployment benefits through the senate. >> is there objection? >> senator from kentucky objects. i'll be here as long as you're here and as long as all those other senators are here. and i'm going to object every time. >> and object he did over and over and over and over again and over and over again. senate rules allow that. and sometimes when you've got a guy like him, people unemployed through no fault of their home get cut off from unemployment benefits because of that one somewhat eccentric senator decides he's got a problem with it. when that happened back in february, we should've seen then what was coming today. because after he finally relented back in february, after this millionaire ex-baseball player finally gave up his crusade against the unemployed, we should've seen what happened today in washington coming. when the whole country was pretty much mortified by what he
to be in a tournament. and he's in the senior division >k >>ause he fifty five years old. and he says "jim, i'm telling you, my left knee is hurting me so bad that i can barely golf anymore". and he said "i've tried all the..", he said "i tried the drugs then they pulled 'em from the market, i've tried natural glucosamine and these products, nothing worked". and i said "here i got a product for you. i'd just like you to try it". and he said "is it a glucosamine product?" and eh, i said "yeah it is". and he said "well i've tried those" and i said "the reason why this one is going to work for you garry, is two reasons. one, we use the absolute best glucosamine. >right >> it's called nag. n acetyl glucosamine. >sure >>which has been clinically proven to be the.. >more effective >>...best. more effective... >right >>..in the body... >right. >>.. than the other two forms >sure >>and two, its because of the synergistic blend... >right >>..of the formula. the boswellin, the ashwagahnda, the yucca, >right. >>ts not just the glucosamine. >right >>t's the synergistic blend. that's why its going to work for you.
produce and shame. and next to me, jim norton. if hilarity was a bumper car, i would ram him and giggle. and he is tossed on your stoop like a flaming bag of poop. good to see you, pinch. >> move over bed bugs. according to the new york times, it is stink bugs that have invaded america's east coast. not to be confused with repub bug which is the nickname for david books. >> really? >> yes. where is your copy, repub bug? back to you, greg. >> thank you very much. she felt pain after confronting mcinka. she hit the cement for trying to vent. was her treatment bad or rad? on sunday night after a tv debate a woman was knocked to the ground by one of john mccain's security guys after she approached the senator yelling and holding an anti-war protest sign. take a look, take a lookers. >> john mccain has got to go! >> john mccain has got to go! >> the war monger john mccain gets to walk out. >> why are peace ago tau -- activists so aggressive? was she tackled, or did she trip over the curb and the security guard was doing his job? more importantly, do the olson twins like birthdays? >> i found
, andrea ta this. taros, jim hen ken, jim pinkerton. i'm jon scott, news watch is on right now. >> a lot of people have already said that we can't win the general election. it is the same-- yes, we can. [laughter] >> yes, we can, yes, we can. >> it is those same so-called experts who said we have no chance of winning the primary. it will be hard work, but we can win and if those same people who fought against me work just as hard for me, we will win. >> jon: that's christine o'donnell the tea party-backed candidate who won the delaware primary to be that state's republican candidate for u.s. senate in november. her win brought headlines like these, the tea party's wins fuel a civil war won the g.o.p., that from usa today of course. there were a lot of headlines like that in other papers and the same kind of take in the, you know, usual liberal media on television, on cable and so forth. why? >> i think the mainstream media has been dying to write this story and put this headline and has presented them with the perfect opportunity. i really saw three story lines play out. that story line
this fit into national competition? jessica yellin is here, and jim dooik, and democratic pollster jim bolster, and gloria borger. we have also james carville from new orleans, and jes s, to you n the ground, reports of returns moderately high. any word on the reports? >> well, i'm here on the christine o'donnell headquarters and they are jazzed because they are hearing that the turnout is high in the counties where she is and possibly lower in wilmington where she is probably going to get fewer votes than mike castle, but the castle campaign is also feeling confident, so it is too early to tell, but the bottom line is that establishment republicans believe that if christine o'donnell wins today, not only do they lose the senate seat, but that cold determine democratic control of to senate, and there is a lot riding on that in the republican world of delaware tonight, john. >> and just to the group, jess makes a great point, because i sat down mitch mcdonnell, the senator republican who was rattling off the seats they need and delaware was one of them. now, you have been backing the te
would not go out to the country were she was. jim-crow had rules and laws that seem arcane now. it was illegal for a black person and a white person to play checkers together. she did not worked anywhere but the fields. blacks and whites could not walk up the same staircase where they might have worked together. in certain courthouses, there was a black bible and a white bible on which to tell the truth. there was a case where it became an issue because they could not find the black bible, so it find the black bible, so it became front-page news in one of the north carolina newspapers that i came upon. they could not find the black bible, so they had to halt the court proceedings and the judge said that they might as well follow what the law is and find a bible. >> did you ever ask any of the old time white people what they had such rules? what i did not spend a lot of time talking to a lot of the white people. there was a lot written about that already. much of the material about the white perspective was widely disseminated. there are many wonderful books about the. -- about
in with jim acosta, cnn newsroom. starts now. hey, jim. >> you bet, you bet. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com [ nobody au [ no audio ] >> there's no silver bullet. there's no quick quick for these problems. i knew by the time i was sworn in, i knew it would take time to reverse the damage of a decade worth of policies that saw too few people be able to climb into the middle class, too many people falling behind. we all knew this. we all knew that it would take more time than any of us want to dig ourselves out of this hole, created by this economic crisis. >> reporter: absolutely, jim. you know, speaking to different audiences as well. you saw there in milwaukee, labor day crowd, union folks, he was trying to rally the democratic base. get them enthusiastic about this midterm election. so far we have seen a lot more energy and enthusiasm on the republican side. on the other hand, you have republican and independent voters who have expressed a lot of concern about all of the federal spending here in washington. as you add up that tab, to $350 billion, in new programs, bottom line is
, that is a possibility. my manager, who put me on this track in 1969, jim lewis, he said, you are keep, -- you are cute, but you have to learn your craft. he said you may never be a star, but you will be up to sing and make money as long as you live if you learn how to do it, and that means singing. i used to not sing certain songs because they were "white" and i was black and i thought it would not sound correct. he said, you are a singer, if you know the song, if you know the words, if you have somebody to play it, sing that joker. this has kept me, the whole 48 years i've been struggling, maybe the gig only paid $50 per night, but i worked the entire 48 years. i had to learn to tap dance. i had to do with the game called for, which made me a broader artist. had i had a huge record at 16, my goodness, i would have been forced to do the twist up the rest of my life. but because none of it worked, i was not pigeonholed. nobody was expecting me to do anything, so i could do everything. and i did. tavis: how did you navigate those almost five decades without being bitter, or were you? >> my goodness, i a
to fox 5 about their horrifying ordeal. christopher wood and jim mcnulty withheld against their will for 4 hours by an estranged man. paul wagner joins us live in the newsroom with their story. >> reporter: brooip, jim and christopher knew pretty quickly they were dealing with a deeply troubled man. the things he was saying were off the wall. on their own, the men decided to lie in hopes james lee would buy their stories. they didn't want him to know what they really did for discovery. >> you know, i almost called. >> reporter: jim mcnulty says he wasn't a hostage long before realizing if he was going to live, he had to come up with a story. >> the last thing i need to tell him is that i'm a producer. so i thought i'd come up with something innocuous to make myself just kind of fade into the background that i wasn't important. >> reporter: christopher wood did the same thing. >> i didn't want him to know what i did or how i affected communications so i i was an ad man and he asked me what that was and i said i file papers. >> i have a bomb. >> reporter: police made contact
. >>> also this morning, tea party kingmaker, senator jim demint. >> they're madder at the democrats than they are at the republicans right now. >>> i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union". >> the election of christine o'donnell and the decision by lisa murkowski to keep fighting heats up the civil war among republicans and gives the democrats new life in delaware and maybe even alaska. but even with that, democrats are dealing with problems of their own. some of the biggest triumphs of the obama administration may be working against them back home. party chairman tim kaine says democrats would be foolish to run away from legislation passed by congress. >> it was democrats who delivered the affordable care act, and we'll be talking about that as a signature achievement for generations to come. >> but there is not much talk about health care reform on the trail. the most remarkable talk comes from conservative democrats highlighting their vote against it. >> when president obama and nancy pelosi pressured chet edwards, chet stood up to them and voted no against their trillion do
a look at the roads with jim. >> we have a car that hit a utility pole off in the distance there. the eastbound lanes of university boulevard are blocked because of that. elsewhere around the city, we still have construction on 95 southbound which is going to be blocking the two left lanes. on the beltway around tyson's corner it is being cleared up now. >> 4:31 is your time now. we begin with a developing story from california. at least one person is dead after an explosion and fire ripped through a neighborhood in san francisco. firefighters are still battling the blaze in san bruno. it is about 50% contained. at least 53 homes were destroyed and another 120 were damaged. the explosion shot flames 100 feet into the air. >> it was like an earthquake. and a lot of rattling and the noise was phenomenal. it was so loud. >> at this hour, the cause of the explosion and fire is still under investigation. authorities believe it was started by a ruptured gas line. officials don't know how many people were injured or unaccounted for. crews are sifting through the rubble and burned out ho
. jim miklaszewski is at the pentagon now. mick, are you hearing any more information from there? >> reporter: according to u.s. intelligence officials, katie, it appeared, at least to their knowledge, to be no specific threat involving hijacking airliners or any attacks on buildings in the new york area. u.s. intelligence officials report this morning that there are -- you know, constantly they are hearing about threats, possible terrorist threats against american targets worldwide. but as far as they know this morning, they had no early indications that anything of this nature could have occurred. pentagon officials are already calling this a terrorist attack. they say that they have not yet ordered the scrambling of any military naujet if national guard were to be scrambled in that area, that would be at the order of the governor. now, of course, the president does have the authority to scramble american military forces in defense. but there's a problem here. what now do you defend against exactly? if you put warplanes in the air, there's always a danger that they could miside
. >>> jim ramsey, the forecast has nice fall days into this week but very, very cool nights. we're talking 30s, people. this droid has evolved to do even more. now it integrates your work e-mail, so you can be hooked up to everything you need to do. now it does 1 ghz speed on a more intuitive keyboard. turning you into an instrument of efficiency. introducing the new droid 2 by motorola. part of the next generation of does. . >>> back with jim ramsey and change in the weather and then sort of another change in the weather. >> this is a very exasperating period to do forecast of the chicago area. the problem here is cloud cover because we've gotten temperatures getting fairly close to normal. 65. we were 5 degrees shy of the normal high temperature for this date. we probably could have made it a little warmer but we had all the cloudiness this morning. that posed a problem for us. the clouds produced lake effect rain showers along slick's lake front not enough to be an inconvenience but a bit of an aggravation. time lapse cameras showed a lot of clouds across the area this morning. we did
. >> coming up this afternoon on oprah, jenny mccarthy opens up about her breakup with jim carey. tonight in the news at 5:00, closing the gender pay gap. we examine the issue of unequal pay. federal regulators are suing the company that makes pomegranate juice. did they go too far in their health claims? that and more at 5:00. now, your maryland lottery midday pick-3 and pick-4 numbers. >> good afternoon, your pick-3 numbers are 5, 4, 6 as pried on the ball. play keno now through october 24th for a chance to win free pick-3 plays. we have your pick-4 numbers. they are, 3, 4, 8, 0. the maryland lottery, let yourself play. >> one last look at the weather. >> that tornadoes system is moving east, so we have really seen the worst of it. tomorrow will be cloudy, around 74 degrees. moisture from what will likely become a tropical storm is moving up the eastern seaboard. we will be seeing highs in the 60's next week. >> and not a bad. thank you for joining us. be sure to join us again at 5:00. have a great day. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national c
. the investigation process will begin now, but, again, the traffic debacle is going to continue for some time. jim, doreen, back to you guys in the studio. >> craig, how close are you to the actual bus itself, can you see? >> reporter: i'm going step out of the way. right no we're about 215 feet away. know if you can see that crane devic jutting up from a vehicle. that cne is right over the bus some of that crane is -- go ahead. >> you mentioned the northbound lanes are closed and will b obviously for some time. can you tl whether the southbound lanes are moving or not? >> reporter: i can't tell from here. i don't have that vap taj point. >> that's all right. we'll have that ter. >> hopefully we can find out right now. ashley linder joins us now from the traffic center with more on how this deadly bus crash is affecting traffic. it has been really awful out there, ashley. >> oh, yes, doreen, it has been. answer jim's question, southbound lanes are open. you certainly are going to b very slow as if there were lanes blocked pause you get the eye full with the flhing lights and crane equipment. but s
to the physicians were impossible. jim crow had rules and laws that seem so ar cane now. it was illegal for a black person and white person play checkers together. she worked in a field but there were -- blacks and whites corporate walk up the same stair case in places where they might work together. in certain courthouses, there was a black bible and white bible to swaer to tell the truth on. >> do you hear that story more than once? >> i have. it become an issue in north carolina because they couldn't find the black bible. they had to halt the court proceedings. the judge said well, we might as well follow what the law is and find a bible. a black person had taken the stand and they had to find the right bible. >> did you ever ask any of the old time white people about why they made these rules? >> i didn't spend a lot of time. there had been a lot writen about that already. most of the material about whites is widely circumstance lated. there had many things that give a sense. newspapers wrote end less li. i quote many of those in the chapters. >> i have one here. this is from the macon, georgia
. >> jim, should he have to pay for security? >> no, absolutely not. how about you send the bill to obama and petraeus and bloomberg and the media. these are the ones who created the frenzy around the jackass he couldn't have created himself. it is the cop's job. they don't take care of you and then hand uh bill. how about a bill for islam where people will cut your throat? >> how about ahmadinejad? he hates america, but when he comes here we have to protect him. >> i spoke last week at this 9/11 mosque and the dutch freedom fighter and a member of the dutch parliament is under intense security. he has had the gut to go out and say islam -- evil us law mick tenants -- >> they are after him because of his name. >> he says his life is a bad "b" movie and can't go anywhere without being protected. the people that threaten him walk free. >> i don't think you should have to pay, because it is not like he perpetuated a hoax. you know the woman who faked her wedding and being kid pd that, that she should pay. but, they should force him to watch the cop cars with his big mustache. >> or what woul
to the country where she was. she would not have had access to that. overall in the south, jim crow had rules and laws that seem so arcane now. i mean, in some places it was illegal for a black person and a white person to play checkers together, in certain places. and she did not herself work in such a place, because she worked in the field. but there were -- blacks and whites couldn't walk up the same staircase in certain places where they might have worked together. in certain courthouses there was a black bible and white bible to swear to tell the truth on. >> do you hear that story more than once? >> i heard that more than once. but there was a case where that it became an issue, because they had -- in north carolina -- because the judge -- they couldn't find the black bible. so, it became front page news in one of the north carolina newspapers that i came upon. and they couldn't find the black bible, so they had to halt the court proceedings. and the judge said, well, you know, we might as well follow what the law is, and let's find a bible. what had happened was, a black person had tak
the united states government dead in its tracks procedurally. on monday night, senator "waterloo" jim demint warned he would place a hold on any legislation that would not been cleared by his office before the close of business today. demint, as i said a couple weeks, he's drunk with power and he's showing it tonight. he's drunk with power after spearheading tea party nut jobs like christine o'donnell and rand paul right into the victory lane and republican primaries where they've had some success. now he's on a one-man wrecking crew, a mission to shut down the government until election day. now, if demachined and hi tea party buddies grab the reins of power, they will shut down the government completely. during one of the worst economic times this country has ever seen. is that a good answer? that means no social security checks, no food stamps to people who need it. no unemployment benefits, which they really love, and no money left on the table to help create jobs in a tough economy. now, this is life or death for millions of americans, and demint, well, he's acting like he could care les
the balance. >> jim bernard in the cbs 5 weather center mostly cloudy outside the door, chance of showers throughout the bay area, few and far between, we will go looking for them none the less your complete forecast in just a few minutes having the right real estate agent on your side is more important than ever. at remax.com, you can find the experts you need, whether you're trying to sell of hoping to buy. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. >>> online check around the bay at this hour, light and variable winds, muggy 60 urging a federal appeals court to "uphold the law". lawyers say the trial judge who struck down the measure --quote- >> the supporters of prop 8 have filed papers asking them to up hold the law. they said the judge invented a right that doesn't exist. last month they ruled that it violates the guarantees of equal protection and due process that hearing has been stayed until an appeals court and they are having a hearing in december. >> on the national front president barack obama is working to reenergize or at least try to reenergize democrats for the november e
lee. some of our guests include senator jim demint, the senator of alaska, and of course karl rove. jon: robert gibbs expected to take the podium soon. the stunning strength of the tea party the talk of washington. christine o'donnell beats out michael castle, the long-term congressman and former governor. today she is saying she will win in november with or without the help of the republican establishment. molly line is live in boston for us, big surprise in delaware, huh, molly? >> reporter: you said it this was definite low a shocker. she was kind of a fringe candidate and she pulled off an upset victory against mike castle. he's been referred to as the establishment candidate. a nine term governor. they slammed o'donnell throughout the course of this campaign, the party chair calling her unelectable. she proves them wrong by a 6 point margin. the national senatorial committee congratulated o'donnell, there is word they won't be helping or financing her campaign either. that will be a test of the tea party backing and strength and money as this moves toward towards november. jon
the conservative senator who spent the primary season helping all those tea party candidates shock the system, jim demint of south carolina. who is christine o'donnell, and what does her victory mean? a great group with us to talk it over. gloria borger, roland martin. let's begin with christine o'donnell. she won last night. she gave a big speech. with not much sleep, she got up this morning, made the round of tv shows to say "don't count me out." >> they never thought that i could win this race and i believe that we can win without them. let me say that they also said that ronald reagan wasn't electable. >> ed rollins, you were among the doubters last night. you're among the doubters last night. you helped that guy, ronald reagan, get elected. >> i did. she's an unknown. obviously, delaware's a small state. if the party doesn't help her, she may get conservative money to at least run a decent campaign. at this point in time, you know, that race has been assumed to be ours. i don't ever believe they're ours until we win them. think we have to wait a little and see, two, three week, can she be a c
representatives to start talking about economic issues. >> paul: well, kim, jim demint, the republican from south carolina who endorsed o'donnell at the end and sarah palin, do they have an obligation now to help her get across the finish line or can they just wash their hands of it and say, well, we conducted our intra party cleansing and now you're on your own, ma'am? >> no, they absolutely do. you know, the way they're going to have to do this. here is the problem with some of the candidates. this election ought to be about democrats, their unpopular agenda and the problems that they've created for the country. the problem with some of these candidates is that they're just colorful enough that it allows the democrats to do what they want to do, which is to say, as dan said, say, these people are too crazy, don't worry about us, and what we do, these people are too crazy to give them the reins in washington. if jim demint and sarah palin and these guys are going to be successful they have to coach the candidates to get the focus bakken 0 the democrats and that's the only way they're going to wi
tomorrow. hope you have a great day. >> cnn newsroom starts with jim acosta right now. >>> i'm jim acosta in for kyra phillips. here's what we are working on this labor day. a crackdown on craigslist. cnn showed you how the online service had become an area for prostitutes. >>> we are also showing you the american jihadist. he is likely to strike again. >>> and women are making more money than their male counterparts? i don't like the sound of that. you are in the cnn newsroom. and we are grilling up some politics on this labor day. we begin counting down to the midterm elections. for the next 58 days we'll look at the rage building among american voters. many are angry and calling for big changes in washington. they'll have the chance to make those changes in the senate, 37 deets seats are up for grabs, and in the house, 435 seats up in all. there are signs of a voter rebellion in the work to give congress back to the republicans. those are the stakes on the line. and the cnn election express is on the road far outside the d.c. beltway. it is a good thing. we are talking to real people a
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're in good company today. >> senator jim demint who's riled party leaders by promoting tea party candidates over some g.o.p. stallworths has one of politicians on hand. they come to hawk books, rally the faithful and do testing of both the political waters and latest punchlines. >> yes, we have serious enemies and growing threats around the world, unfortunately, we have an administration whose idea of a rogue state is arizona. rahm emanuel should have sent a dead fish to secretary salazar that might have prevented a whole bunch of dead fish in the gulf coast. >> they have when hair i met sharon playing in nevada. >> would you like to alter your congress? would you like to alter the presidency? presidency? >> and exhibit hall here is similar to what you might see at a trade show. the 2000 people in attendance paid for differently priced packages to gain admissioadmiss. >> organizers say the receipts are enough to break even and money is never the proomry factor at a summit that brings together values voters. >> they're coming here with like-minded people. satisfying we've got to go et this r
program. thank you. supervisor maxwell: thank you. john and then father mccarthy and then jim foster. >> my name is john. i'm executive director of groceries for seniors and also one of the founders of groceries for seniors which was started in 1999 at sacred heart church in the western addition. after five years of being at sacred heart church, they were not able to come up with the renovation money to -- because they had also been affected by the 1989 earthquake. the city gave them three five-year extensions, and still the congregation, which was a very small congregation could not come up with the money. and at that point, one of the co-founders of the program, father and brother jack from u.s.f. was a brother in the jesuit ministry. he was the co-founder of the program. he is since deceased. so i wrote to all of the catholic churches in san francisco asking them if we could find a home with them and father charles was the only one that responded and came and had lunch with us at sacred heart and now for the past five years, we have been at old st. mary's and we're providing on a
the a weakening baghdad. joining me is jim michaels, usa today reported and former marine corps officer. his new book a chance in hell, the men who triumphered and turned the tide of war is on -- bookshelves. jim, thank you very for joining us. >>> thank you. >> so what sean mcfarland did was revolutionary in terms of changing the conflict. where do you get the idea and what did he dough when he arrived with the first brigade team? >> you know, he partly got the idea from tal far with some tactics were being used, and back then this was before the surge, before everything started turning around, there were isolated pockets where various commanders were trying, experimenting with some of the tactics which later became prevalent under the surge in 2007. but he really took almost a 180- degree turn from what others were doing, and what the prevailing strategy are gee was, and if you recall, it was basically let's move u.s. troops out, turning things over to the iraqis, security forces as quickly as possible. he set up combat outposts, and he pushed very hard into areas that had been al-qaeda strong
, back in may jim moran warned of a five-hour long commute through the alexandria area. complements of the military base reassignment plan. today one of the proposals is putting put to the test. you hear a one hour commute in this area and it brings a headache to you, let alone a two, three, four or five hour commute. >> five hours may be a bit much but it's an election season and so some exaggeration is expected. >> reporter: let me give you the basics, right over my shoulder this is a 17 story d.o.d. office building. and to my left there is another 15-story building here at this huge site in alexandria. over here we have yet another d.o.d. secure building and a parking garage in front of it, more than one garage. and to the left of that will be a transit center for buses and shuttles to the various metro stops in the area. we are basically in the west end of alexandria. we'll show you on a map. this is the marc center, a mixed use park. and the reason the feds are building here is because they had to get out of crystal city because the facilities werein secure. so they werein --
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